Smoke-free restrictions have been implemented in a wide variety of spaces.
Workplaces, then bars and restaurants, as well as casinos and bingo halls, were some of the first public spaces to go smoke-free.
Vehicles have been a recent success story in Canada, with several provinces enacting legislation within a very short time frame.
With bans in such important spaces accomplished, advocates are looking at a variety of new spaces:
- Multi-unit dwellings;
- Schools (secondary and post-secondary)
- Health care facilities (e.g. hospitals, nursing homes)
- Outdoors (e.g. parks, beaches, playgrounds, sidewalks)
- Sporting events
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